Stained plywood, light, CD player, sound track
210 x 120 x 85cm
PhD submission, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart
Booth is a replica of information booths I saw in Riga, Latvia in 1992. It is clearly institutional yet it is also individual. It both promises and denies the viewer an exchange or interaction, suggested by the sounds of someone working within – typing, shuffling papers, stapling, a cough. But the door to the Booth is locked and the window emits only a tiny stream of light.